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Keyboard replacement I have the K000026590 replacement keyboard for the PSM60U-0CR021 but I can't figure out how the top would come off to get to the screws. Help please - it took 5 minutes just to write this on the old skipping keys board. - Dennis

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U can get the key board and replace it from a radio shagg

Posted on Jun 06, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Jun 06, 2008

    u can get the appropriate screwdriver from the radio shagg shops or any local shops.. u need some special screw drivers for that..

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    please respond

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Do you have a manual for this laptop? If not, let's find you one.

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Removing the Keyboard
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Required Equipment
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Unplug the AC adapter, if present, and remove the battery.
Remove the keyboard cover (page 2-12).
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